This entry is a summary of the video “PaperCats Overbust Review” which you can watch on YouTube here:Fit, lengthCenter front is 14 inches, princess seam is 16.5 inches (10″ from the waist up, 6.5″ from the waist down), side seam is 14.5 inches, and center back is 14[…]

This post is a summary of the “Boom Boom Baby Cream Overbust Review” video, which you can watch on Youtube if you prefer:Fit, lengthCenter front is 14.5 inches long, and from the peak of the bust to the lap along the princess seam is 15 inches. Center back[…]

This post is a summary of the Bad Button Bridal Corset Review video, which you can watch on Youtube if you prefer:Fit, lengthThis corset was a sample from Etsy, so it was not made to measure – however any corset you commission from The Bad Button will be[…]

This post is a summary of the “Velda Lauder Bridal Overbust Corset Study” video, which you can watch on Youtube if you prefer: Fit, lengthCenter front is 12.5 inches, and the longest part from peak of the bust to the lap is 14.5 inches. It would be more suitable[…]

This entry is a summary of the review video “Orchard Corset CS-511 Overbust Review”. If you want visual close-ups, you can watch the video on YouTube here:Fit, lengthCenter front is 15″, the longest part from peak of the bust to lap is just under 16″.  Gentle sweetheart neckline,[…]

This entry is a summary of the review video “Electra Designs Overbust Corset Review” which you can watch on YouTube here:Fit, lengthCenter front is about 16 inches long, from peak of bust to lap is 15 inches. Unique silhouette in which the ribcage follows the natural contours but[…]

This entry is a summary of the review video “Sparklewren Couture Overbust Corset Review” which you can watch on YouTube here:Fit, lengthFront is about 12 inches long, back is 13″ long. From waist to underbust is 4-5″, waist to peak of bust is about 10″. Unique silhouette in[…]

This post is a written summary of the video case study for the Light Atop the Tardis corset I made back in May/June of this year.This corset was made for a girl attending Dragon*Con this August/September so I had to keep it a secret for several months, until[…]

Let me start by saying that I’m a huge fan of convertible/ infinity dresses. Usually made out of a soft, flattering jersey (I like cotton and bamboo jerseys), they can be worn a multitude of ways. I’ve made 6 of them in the past for myself and purchased[…]

A quick post on one of my favourite items in my wardrobe these days: the “Corset Jacket”. It looks like a two-button blazer in the front but has two rows of grommets in the back with ribbon, to tighten the jacket slightly. In my opinion this jacket looks[…]